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The owner of the hotel came us to take us from the boat .Is interesting because he came without any notice ..The hotel/ motel is situated on the beach and very near to the center..
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GÜN 12 PAZARTESİ:
Naxos bize ilaç gibi geldi ,
insan hay huy arasında farketmiyor ama bayağı yoruluyor..
Sabah harika bir güne uyandık.
Turhan erkenci, motorla limana kadar gidip biraz kahvaltılık almış ..
Balkona sofrayı kurduk
Bir güzel kahvaltı oldu,anlatamam.. …
After a quick final yoghurt fruit and honey for breakky, we headed to Parikia to board a fast ferry to Rafina (mainland Greece).
The Sea Jet - funnily enough, this ship was built in FREMANTLE!
The journey was supposed to take about 2.5 hours.... 4 hours later, ...
... scurrying into the safety of shop doorways. The laneways wind and zig zag and are seldom straight. We are told the theory behind this was to confuse and deter the Pirates. There are shops selling everything - clothes and jewellery being the predominant items, but plenty of cafes. All the buildings are white and i can't help wondering what the colour charts look like in the local paint and hardware stores. Window trims seem to be the only choice available ...
... through this ultimate test.
The challenge of the ten thousand ruins was our most enduring:- to visit one hundred ruins every day for one hundred days, to include the ruins of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, but NOT certified-authentic Mormon or Scientology ruins, and to leave each ruin undisturbed. To achieve this task, some sensible compromises had to be made. As well as the many archeological sites which we visited, any hotel with columns, any ...
... We ended up getting an early night in order to wake up early for the bus the next day.
Friday it was time for a bit more adventure. Therefore, Nathan and I grabbed the 9:30am bus to Mount Zeus, the highest point in the Cyclades. The one hour bus ride to mount Zeus actually only covers 20km of terrain. However with winding mountain roads, random traffic jams and the occasional stop for the driver to say hello to a friend the ride took quite a while. The ...